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An historical introduction to the Marprelate tracts

a chapter in the evolution of religious and civil liberty in England

by William Pierce

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Published by A. Constable & Co., Ltd. in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • England.
    • Subjects:
    • Reformation -- England.,
    • Great Britain -- Church history -- 16th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMarprelate tracts.
      Statementby William Pierce.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBR757 .P6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 350 p.
      Number of Pages350
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7011293M
      LC Control Number09023847
      OCLC/WorldCa8420550

      This text was the first fully annotated edition of the tracts to appear in almost a century. A lightly modernized text makes Martin Marprelate's famous voice easily accessible, and a full introduction details the background, sources, production, authorship, and seventeenth-century afterlife of the tracts. 3/5. Feb 28,  · He did an excellent job. His extensive introduction contextualizes the Marprelate Tracts and discusses their historical significance. Each tract is heavily annotated with relevant endnotes (that's right, ENDNOTES) and is prefaced by a short introduction and printing history. I really cannot say enough good things about this book other than it Format: Paperback.

      This article discusses the Marprelate controversy. The Martin Marprelate tracts are a series of six pamphlets and a broadsheet printed on a secret press between October and September They attacked the Elizabethan church, particularly church government by bishops (hence the pseudonym, Mar-prelate), and argued on behalf of an alternative, Presbyterian gulfpbc.com: Joseph L. Black. John Hales (died 1 January ) was the owner of the Whitefriars in Coventry at which two of the Marprelate tracts were printed on a secret press. He was the nephew and heir of John Hales, Clerk of the Hanaper, and the nephew of Sir Thomas Lucy of gulfpbc.comen: Mary Hales, Jane Hales, Bethany Hales.

      The most recent attribution study of the Marprelate tracts comprises an extended endorsement of Sutcliffe’s argument. In Martin Marprelate, Gentleman: Master Job Throkmorton Laid Open in His Colors (), Leland H. Carlson uses manuscripts he had rediscovered to confirm the details of Sutcliffe’s case for Throkmorton and weaken McGinn’s. Search for books, ebooks, and physical An historical introduction to the Marprelate tracts a chapter in the evolution of religious and civil liberty in England / by: Anti-Masonic tract. containing 1. Origin and history of Free-Masonry, by a writer in the N.J. Palladium of liberty. 2. Darius Ballou's renunciation of Free-Masonry.


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It has been suggested that a reference in one of the Marprelate Tracts () indicates that Paget was suspected of being one of the Marprelate authors. William Pierce (An Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts, ) discounts this theory but argues that they could not have had any personal knowledge of him or else they would not have called him halt or club‑footed.

INTRODUCTION. The Marprelate Tracts are mentioned in almost all histories of the Elizabethan era, in histories of the Anglican Church, and in all considerations of the religious disputes between the Puritans and the Church of England in the late sixteenth century. The first tract by "Martin Marprelate," known as the Epistle, was printed at the home of Mistress Crane at East Molesey in October The Marprelate tracts are important documents in the history of English satire: critics from C.

Lewis to John Carey have recognised their originality. In particular, the pamphlets show concern with the status of the text, wittily pastiching conventions such as the colophon and marginalia.

Marprelate Controversy, brief but well-known pamphlet war (–89) carried on by English Puritans using secret presses; they attacked the episcopacy as “profane, proud, paltry, popish, pestilent, pernicious, presumptious prelates.” The tracts, of which seven survive, never had the support of Puritan leaders and ceased when the presses were discovered by government agents.

THE MARTIN MARPRELATE TRACTS The Martin Marprelate tracts are the most famous pamphlets of the Jonquil Bevan and the Centre for the History of the Book at the University of Edinburgh were generous hosts for a summer in Scotland.

The Department of English at the University of Tennessee Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts. He did an excellent job. His extensive introduction contextualizes the Marprelate Tracts and discusses their historical significance.

Each tract is heavily annotated with relevant endnotes (that's right, ENDNOTES) and is prefaced by a short introduction and printing history. I really cannot say enough good things about this book other than it 5/5(1). May 25,  · The Martin Marprelate controversy was an Elizabethan religious and literary argument, which stemmed from the strict censorship policies enforced by Archbishop Whitgift.

InWhitgift procured from the Court of Star Chamber a decree forbidding the publication of books, pamphlets, or tracts not authorized by himself or the Bishop of London.

The tract sets out on its title-page, which is practically identical with that of The Epistle, to be an epitome of the first book of Bridges; but, as before suggested, it is doubtful whether Martin ever seriously intended to do more than play with the worthy dean. A few extracts are quoted from his book and ridiculed, or, occasionally, answered.

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An Historical Introduction to the Marprelate Tracts; A Chapter in the Evolution of Religious and Civil Liberty in England by. The tracts are increasingly recognized as playing a key role in the history of Renaissance English pamphlet warfare. The Marprelate tracts urged the necessity of public debate on controverted subjects, and sought to create a popularizing polemic that modeled the sound of that debate.

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Pierce.Apr 01,  · Starting his book in this way, Black also implies a connection between the oppositional movements of the s and those of the s, inviting his reader to find elements of continuity in popular seditious politics and locating the Marprelate tracts in a much longer history Author: Anna Bayman.Bibliography: Printed books!

For an extensive list of primary and secondary sources that discuss the Marprelate controversy, see the bibliography in Black (ed.), Marprelate Tracts, This list only includes works cited in abbreviated form on this website.!! Acts of the Privy Council of England.

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